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russia and china on the record, vetoing this resolution and, then, to try to shame them as u.s. arch to ambassador to the u.n. did. ought security coin has -- counsel has failed in its important task this year. this is another dark day in turtle bay. one can only hope that one day, before too many thousands more die, that russia and china will stop protecting assad. and allow this council to play its proper role at the center of the international response to the crisis in syria. >>jonathan: the truth of the matter is, does, in its failure to come to agreement on what to do about syria, the united nations has in essence, left itself irrelevant to events on the ground. >>shepard: there are those who suggest time is running out given the attack yesterday and the word from so many that the regime seems to be crumbling. >>jonathan: the events are moving so fast that is why diplomats are irrelevant to what is going on. president bashar al-assad seems to have two choices: flee or fight. for the moment, given the violence we have seen perpetrated against the rebels today in damascus, he is c
was with us in 2009. goopublic works is here. this reminds us of the 3000 people but passed away in 1906 from the devastating earthquake, but the rebirth of our city is with us. i have been in all of these other positions where we are always prepared. and we are already engaged in recovery efforts. we were there with a whole staff. we have six we assure you that when the next big event happens, that water system will be there for us to deliver water with that 24 hours. a huge change from depending on this fountain. we are handing it off to generations of youth in the city to understand -- make sure they're prepared. go to our website, it tells you all the things there. iti is about having those items prepared.w we will survive. that is how we get ready and celebrate and honor the people who left us and make sure our city is ready. thank you for being here. congratulations to our survivors. >> very nice job. behind me is a good friend and a great firechief. you go back 106 years. braxton morning. -- good morning. one of the survivors could not be with us. those are amazing changes. it does giv
what kristen was mentioning to us, the president kicking off his bus tour tomorrow. pawlenty and jindal will bracketing with him and rob portman as well, traveling to new hampshire this weekend. no word if he'll be meeting with romney. where do we stand in terms of the what's the messaging we're looking for going forward as the president goes out there and tries to make the message, put the message out there, that romney is a jobs expovertier? >> of course, the message that the obama campaign has been pushing hard from the very beginning is attacking mitt romney's record at bain capital. and as controversial as that tactic has been from both republicans and democrats, most notably corey booker and bill clinton, that's really the lane that the obama campaign is staying in. and they're sort of attacking bain capital from every angle they can find, their latest political attack ad against romney focused on bain capital investing in companies that ship jobs overseas. and that's -- i think it's a strategy that's really been working for the obama campaign. he's been able to paint romney as so
this summer. on the heels of better economic data. tim, give us your scenario. what do you see happen someth? g last year a very volatile period and an unprecedented volatility. what do you see happening this summer? >> he can we're lii think we're continue to see volatility through the presidential election season. but the point wiabout a potenti bounce is that the factor and manufacturing numbers that came out so surprisingly weak this morning may very well have been a defensive moposture on the pot of companies fearing the worst out of europe. and now we may actually see somewhat of an economic bounce later this summer and the market could reflect that. >> goldman sachs preerepeated i call that it's time to short the s&p. there are also a lot of expectations of warnings coming. do you agree or no? >> the fact that the market held up even though items a holiday environment on wall street, market held up relatively well. we saw not only at home, but also abroad. as inin the last hour, this is a central bank summer. everybody will be easing sometime soon and you don't want to short the pefed
henneberg is live on the story for us in washington. molly, is the u.s. admitting that our military messed up with that airstrike? >> reporter: no, martha, to the contrary. it was a very carefully worded apology that did not take the blame for the airstrike. look at more what secretary of state hillary clinton said to her counterpart in pakistan. she said, quote, i offered our sincere condolences to the families of the pakistani soldiers who lost their lives. foreign minister carr and i talked about the mistakes that resulted in loss 6 pakistani military lives. we are sorry for the losses suffered by the pakistani military. the obama administration declined to apologize for the past seven months. u.s. military leaders did a investigation and found that pakistani forces fired at u.s. troops and helicopters first prompting the u.s. response that killed 24 pakistani troops. although pakistan did not get the quote, unconnal apology it had asked for today the land routes between pakistan and afghanistan will reopen. martha. martha: in the end of it what the united states got out of it, molly? >
a worse situation out of a bad situation. the closest store to us is in philadelphia right now. a strong isolate the storm. something isolated could crop up with a storm near philadelphia. there is some storm activity are around the region up toward new york, new eland and back toward ohio and north carolina. -- new england and back toward ohio and north carolina. we will talk about the forecast for the week ahead coming up. >> since the heat is sticking around, emergency cooling centers will stay open for the rest of the week. they will be open from 9:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. if you are concerned about a neighbor, please check in on them. you should call 311 if you are concerned. if it is an emergency, call 911. we also got word this afternoon that 42 baltimore county schools are without power so they will be closed tomorrow. summer school has started yet. officials say staff at the close schools will be contacted about where and when to return to work. it is not just maryland cleaning up after the storm. in d.c., hundreds of thousands are without power and debris is covering the streets
. and using it can thought. it is important that the outcome or the benefits of this be confirmed. it is like a gold standard trial the confirm that you do receive the benefit of the program is designed to deliver. everybody doesn't have an equal benefit, the brain is too complex for this. even find that information, and you can also find information for those of you coming to the workshop that my daughter and i are doing this afternoon. it will also provided information on computers here at that meeting. what do we know from the science? you can see the scientific references and see where the studies were done at different research universities, the mayo clinic, harvard, and other places to see what the confirmation is all about. we can see that it improves the basics. , u r her rider, your engagement is stronger. every improvement translates to about 14 years on the average. after they are trained, the improvement would give them the memory level of an average person of about 56. we see faster and sharper thinking and acting. almost everything you do that involves making a decision about wh
. most of those stay to the north and west of us, in the baltimore area, and things are actually pretty quiet for this evening. your wake-up weather tomorrow oh, yeah be prepared for another scorcher, 7:00, temperatures only cooling down into the 70s by 9. we are already in the 80s. it will feel like 90s when you factor in the humidity. i'll talk about how long this heat lasts. it gets worse before it gets better. back to you. >> thank you, anny. >>> well a two-year-old child beaten to death. her accused killer, a 12-year- old living under the same roof. it happened on tuesday. prince george's county police made the announcement today. kim molostino is live tonight at headquarters. investigators are just trying to make sense of it. ken? >> reporter: absolutely tragic information we learned. the name of this two-year-old victim is ania batchor. the name of her foster brother is not being released because of his age. a family home turned murder scene. it was inside a house here in the 1800 block of taylor avenue on wednesday that frantic 911 call went out to ania batchor. >> the father p
country that killed 12 and wound dozens more. so what's it done to us? what has this event stirred in this country? made us different from the people who watch this program, say, just a week ago. i want to know. i want to hear again the many separate human actions that night that tell us what kind of a country we are and where we are headed. i want to hear not just about the villain and the victims, but also the heroes. the impulsive good guys that night. the ones that hemming way described as courage, grace under fire and under pressure. i want to know how aurora is going to affect this country. us. today brought the announce many that denver, colorado, just miles from the tragedy will host the first presidential debate this autumn. this all but guarantees that the two presidential candidates, president obama and mitt romney will be asked about the tragedy. what should they say? let's ask governor ed rendell what barack obama should say. it will be interesting. to start with, let's their personal stories following a tragedy like aurora. look at how heartbreaking they are and tell
the bombing, fueling all kinds of rumors. when i last interviewed him in 2005, i asked him about the u.s. overtly seeking a new syrian leader, even then. >> i feel very confident for one reason. because i was made in syria. i wasn't made in the united states. i'm not worried. >> reporter: but he must be worried now. i spoke with a senior israeli official here in jerusalem about what might happen to assad himself. >> unfortunately, we are going to witness quite a long process of bloodshed. otherwise, he might be assassinated and it could -- it can happen within a day. >> and christiane amanpour joins us now. christiane, how does it look to you? is this a signal the end is near? >> reporter: well, look, i think everybody is hoping that will be the case. and honestly, you cannot have the decapitation of the regime's entire defense, intelligence and security apparatus without it having a severe impact on the regime. on the other hand, some people say he might double down and really fight to the very end. >> but what impact does this have on iran? does this mean iran is also weakened, isolate
that strange to the congress. >> well, then give us some assurance. tell us that behind the scenes at least there's some constructive conversation going on about how to deal with this fiscal cliff before we go over it. >> well, i believe that the budget priorities committee, the committee on budget priorities and policies, they have said to us that this is not really a cliff in the common sense of the word, but more like a slope because i do believe that even after the elections, there is plenty enough time for us to come back here in a lame duck and do what is necessary to extend budgetary considerations for at least a year while we'll have time to really work on things we need to do. and that is to have the massive overhaul of our tax code. i think that we're in the trouble we're in today not so much because of people's priorities but because we have a problem with our tax code that needs to be fixed. i think that's what's important about that vote today. >> but, congressman, that approach of, we'll all get together and work together after the election, someday never seems to come. you we
. if you want to join us on social media, you can send us a tweet. you can also send us an e-mail. a poll about the said of the economy and one of the questions asked was the role washington should play. here is the right appeared this is from "the miami herald." >> again, the headlines, taking a role -- taking a look at what role government should take, whether robocalls and is helping or hurting the economy when it comes to helping it grow. that is what we will ask you this morning. if you want to mention the question, but then, you can give a call in one of three lines/party. is uncle sam helping or hurting the economy? this is from "the baltimore sun." the headline is "the american economy stuck in low gear." again, and uncle sam, helping or hurting the economy? here's the headline one more time. one of the take away from this is that 22% of democrats say that the government -- is that 72% of democrats say that the government should solve the economic problem. again, of sam, helping or hurting the economy? caller: the gop house is hurting the economy. the stimulus did not work. it ran
. [laughter] that is one. i used to congress on your corner. hear you say, i'm going to do this. it is the most intimate form of government. they did not hear your message about the telephone. [laughter] let me say this. we are having -- this is a pet peeve so thank you. this discussion about all that matters is tax rate is ridiculous. i cut upper head tax rates by 50% and by the time my term is out, we will eliminate it. tax breaks matter. -- tax rates matter. but any business person will also tell you the quality of a workforce matters. can they get goods and services efficiently? is government transparent? this year, we had 147 business places on the books. we had more than l.a., phoenix, and philadelphia combined. we massively consolidated them down to 43. i do not like you focusing on city hall. i want you focusing on your customer. my favorite example of this consolidation was if you buy a dog, they need a license. if he so the caller, you need another license. if you want to offer the service of watching the dog, you need another license. i was just looking for a kid to b
of the stand your graund law. you can't run after somebody and stand your ground and use deadly force. it is also an issue before the jury trial, a judge can decide this issue in florida. it is huge. obviously he talked to his lawyer and he has to be careful about what he says about whether he followed trayvon martin. it is the pivotal issue pretrial and if he gets to trial. >> his attorney says they may not use stand your ground. they may just use a basic self-defense. here is another chunk with sean hannity and he has before you hear this chunk he has described in great detail about the fight and the wrestle for the gun. >> uh-huh. >> do you remember when you yourself reached for your weapon? do you remember that moment? >> yes, sir. >> how was that? >> at that point i realized that it wasn't my gun, it wasn't his gun, it was the gun. >> i feel like there was some point that he was trying to make, i wasn't sure that i fully understood it. what message was that supposed to be about not my gun but the gun? >> well, exactly. keep in mind in the first court appearance he said he didn't
. activists say at least 71 people have been killed around that country today alone. >>> back in the u.s., the country is still sweltering under extreme heat and drought conditions. according to statistics released by the national oceanic and atmosphere administration, almost 64% of the country is experiencing moderate or worse drought conditions and it's remained largely unchanged from last week. areas suffering from extreme drought jumped from 13.5% to 20.5%. and 55% of the nation's pastures and rangeland are also in very poor condition. the effect of the extreme heat will soon take its toll on our wallets with corn and other crops withering and dying in the heat, food prices are expected to shoot up. emily schmidt has the details. >> reporter: in a rural corner of maryland, it is the right place at the wrong time to live off the land. >> sunnyside road, yeah. it's been sunnyside too much this year. >> too much sun, too little rain for too long. tommy bowls' crops are the worst he's had in 25 years of farming. have you ever seen anything worse than this? >> i've never seen anything. i'
to make sure that we are using for example the small business review process to ensure that the rules ask crafted can ease compliance where necessary especially with respect to smaller firms. smaller firms be they depositories jarmon depositories are by their nature less able to easily shoulder significant compliance costs tend to be more fixed than variable which means to the extent it firm is smaller on the compliance board and would be more biting and constraining and so the basic to make sure we are attentive as applied to the various regulatory requirements. >> which is one of my concerns. i keep getting that feedback from our small banks and credit unions about the compliance costs with the new rules coming out. within this efp, those are dillinger of disclosure issues as well as other disclosure forms. are you all communicating so when qr m comes out we are not going to have different ways of compliance issues for the small banking institutions? are you all talking together so it's going to be very fluid and we and are not going to have one rule come out but would then be modified
bragging that he could do it, but it was also a warning to us. what if the next time that happens it's a larger utility or a group of smaller utilities around the country, maybe water, maybe electricity, maybe gas, and this time they're not just warning us or showing us our vulnerability but they're actually going to disrupt the flow of electricity or water to people who depend on it. that's -- that's the kind of crisis that we face and why it is so urgent that we deal with this. so let me come back to my dream. my goal here is that as we go on this week, we're able to submit a manager's amendment, but it's not just from the managers, senators collins, rockefeller, feinstein and i. we're joined by a much broader group and we form a broad bipartisan consensus here to protect our country from a terrible danger that is real, urgent and growing. mr. president, i always like to -- i was thinking about it again in this case -- think back in these moments. since i don't see anybody else on the floor, i will undulling myself and go back to a hot july day in philadelphia -- indulge myself and
involved in the conversation, here are the numbers -- you can get in touch with us via social media -- we want to begin by showing an article that we got from "the hill" here to talk to us more about that on the telephone is carlo muniz, a reporter on "the hill." guest: thanks for having me. host: about this proposed work group the senator ayotte is shopping around the capital. does this sound like another super committee to fix what the other super committee could not fix? guest: in a certain sense, you are right. from my understanding, the working group the senator ayotte was gauging support for would really be focused on the one-year proposals that republicans in the house and the senate or looking at. senator ayotte along with senator mccain and senator kyl and senator rubio and others are looking at a one-year postponement of sequestration which is scheduled to go into effect early in january. rep buck mckean is looking at a similar program. i think the working group she was looking at, i don't think these working groups would tackle the entire sequestration issue the way the sup
million people live in the united states. and each person uses an average of 100 gallons of water every day. man: what it takes to actually make clean water is somewhat a mystery to most customers. woman: so how does water get from the river into your house, or here at school? woman: somebody has to bring that water to us, and somebody has to take it away when we're finished with it. man: the water infrastructure is vital for disease protection, fire protection, basic sanitation, economic development, and for our quality of life. man: you just can't visualize all the assets that are under our feet. we have about two million miles of pipe in this nation. if you're walking around in an urban area, you're probably stepping on a pipe. man: our grandparents paid for, and put in for the first time, these large distribution systems. woman: and in many cases, it's not been touched since. man: we're at a critical turning point. much of that infrastructure is wearing out. narrator: our water infrastructure is made up of complex, underground systems that function continuously. these 10 locations t
the edge. >>> and u.s. and russia at odds over whether officials have the right to confront some americans in their own homes. >>> new details are coming about the young man who police say shot and killed 12 people inside a colorado movie theater. >>> plus, one of the victims who was shot three times has just been released from the hospital and he's "outfront" tonight. >>> i'm john avlon in for erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, playing chicken with the fiscal cliff. today the senate appeared to take action on extending the bush era tax cuts. appeared being the keyword. senator majority leader mitch mcconnell announced he would not filibuster the measure. instead he allowed a straight up-or-down majority wins vote. the republican plan, extend the tax cuts for everyone. and president obama's plan, extend the cuts for 98% of americans, how olds making under $250,000 a year. why would senator mcconnell do such a thing? >> the only way to force people to take a stand is to make sure that today's votes truly count, by setting these shoet votes at a 50-vote threshold, nobody on the other side can
injured, two counts each because the prosecutors haven't decided which law they will use at trial. some victims and some relatives - re in the courtroom in cntennial, colorado, and so was john blackstone. blhn, what did you see? >> scott, well, james holmes still has orange hair and he looks as if he hasn't shaved todae he was arrested. but in court today he showed no emotion. and he stared up at the ceiling. he often opened his eyes very wide for no apparent reason. but he never made eye contact with the victims or their families who were in the courtroom. >> reporter: this was holmes in court last week, the last time o saw him on camera. this time the judge barred cameras from the courtroom. some of those still healing from wounds suffered in the theater shooting came to the court to see him formally charged. ali garbi, whose 16-year-old son ldffered a head wound, came in search of an answer. >> i want to ask him why he did it. i mean you know, why he did it. >> reporter: but holmes said just one word today. the judge asked if he agreed to waive his right to a preliminary hearing in 3
with us. it's surprising that things have come to this, but copper is so valuable that people are willing to go to such extremes to get it. >> workers have made repairs and installing the wiring and police have increased patrols. >> a san francisco police cruiser was involved in a traffic accident today that sent an officer and a taxicab driver to the hospital and filled the street with water. it happened at 2:25 a.m. this morning. police say the collision happened when the taxi turned in front of the police cruiser. it slammed into a fire hydrant and flooded the streets as a security guard came to help. >> i said, is anyone hurt? and he didn't say anything to me. >> people who work in the area say the intersection is dangerous and only one street past a stop sign. >>> the cost of feeding the meter in san francisco could raise. i headed we will have new details. authorities in san bruno save us with deadly fire has claimed a second victim. 62 -year-old lila pushrod after her two -year-old grandson died of smoke inhalation. they were trapped in a back bedroom when it caught fire. investig
to tell us what he is doing to combat violence in his city. and also, we will be joined by a panel to talk about aids. and we are talking about jobs, j j jobs, jobs, and the employers are not hiring enough to bring down the latest figures. you see that 80,000 new jobs were added last month but the labor unemployment rate remai remairemains 8.2%, and that is because of the jobs added in may. it is a different picture from the jobsarlier in the year. now president obama and mitt romney are talking about it. >> our mission is not to get back to where we were before the crisis, and we have to get back to what has been happening in the last decades, because jobs leaving our shores and we have to struggle to fight for. >> now is the time for america to choose whether they want more of the same and whether unemployment over 8% month after month after month is satisfactory or not. it does not have to be this way. america can do better and this kick in the gut has got to end. >> i want to break down the good news and the bad news of the latest jobs report. we are joined by danny from georgia tech,
been worse. >> it could have been worse, and tell us ho it is worse for particular groups, because it is an uneven recovery here. >> it is very uneven. it is uneven across the sectors and part of the problem is that we get one sector of the economy engaged and the other sector is not, and vice versa, and uneven across the groups. with see the particular time when we look at for example whites, their unemployment remains the same. and latinos remains the same, but among african-americans, it increased significantly from 13.6% to 14.4%, so there is a lot of unevenness in this economy. >> which sekers to benefited here, because it seems that the kinds of jobs that people have are in service industries and temporary and not well paying jobs and not a lot of job security. >> you are exactly right, suzanne. they are in temporary help services with si t s wits which increase in jobs. and now looking at the reverse of that and where we would have liked to have seen the jobs created is in construction and only 2,000 jobs there because construction almost one-third of the workers who were di
and that often kills them. to put a little close on this and a chance for us to converse, what is fascinating is the degree of duality in the great executive we studied. for example, is it 20 mile marching or defining moment in their capacity to do both? 20 mile marches with discipline and superb performance in a defining luck event moments that are out of their control. why did they do so much better? in the book, we noticed that over time, great executives will recall people had the genius of "and"as opposed to the tyranny of "or." it is humility and will. it is confront the brutal facts and having faith. it is productive and paranoid. when we stand back and look at a truly great enterprise, we see a huge duality under any great enterprise. that is what we call, preserved because for and stimulate progress - the core and stimulate progress. no great company exists if it does not have a core or stimulates progress. they are willing to change their practices, their strategies, there structures without compromising core values. they understand the difference between their core values and their
and let them use it to increase the voice of private schools, strip you of your voice because he doesn't think that you all know much about how to educate, and he characterizes you and his allies characterize you as not caring about -- not caring about the students, but about yourself. my jill is little when she says that teaching is not what she does. it's who she is. [applause] these guys don't get that. i don't think they don't understand why you chose to teach in the first place. [applause] i honest to god don't think they understand. and by the way, like in politics, in business, religious hierarchy, there is really good teachers and there is really lousy teachers. there is a really lousy teachers and some plain good teachers. we are no different than any other profession in the world. but we are a profession. [applause] we are a profession! this is a calling. you chose to be teachers because you care. you choose to be teachers because you want to make this country better. you chose to be teachers because you know every child -- every child is entitled -- entitled to go as far as
that is an inconvenient truth. are you surprised? well, you shouldn't be. in fact, coming to us tonight from washington to discuss the policy and the politics behind president obama's new tax cut proposal is dean baker, the co-director for the scepter of economic and policy research. dean, welcome back inside the war room. >> thanks for having me on. >> you bet. so is there any chance this proposal passing congress before the -- before the election? >> well, it's very very hard to see the republican house pass it. i mean, clearly their strategy is, you know say no to everything and, you know, governor romney made it clear, he wants to make a big deal out of the fact that president obama wants to raise taxes on the richest two % of the company. my guess is from president obama's standpoint, that's a great place to draw the line, you know, but it looks, for the moment at least, that's where the line is going to be from the republicans' own choosing. >> i totally love this fight. i love the contrast from a political junky's point of view. but on the policy side, you
the city's approach to developing economies? >> in the chair of the land use committee this year, and i was vice chair last year with our former chair from the bayview hunters point area. i guess i approach land use and economic development from a different perspective. i'm not against development, but i want it to be equitable so we look at the lowest income populations or even middle income populations so that residents have a strong say as development moves forward, whether it is the park ridge said development in the southern, western part of the city or even treasure island with there's many low-income families that currently live there. but it is a strong voice for the residents that currently are there. we also want to see new people moving into the city, and hopefully, we focus also on families and housing that provides better homes and home opportunities for families, but i always say that i support equitable development. i also do feel that big business and downtown interests usually dominate the discussion on development. i want to see a balance of those forces, but also with
of activity north of the city and southwest of us as well, particularly on the beaches. local area, some good stuff going on across portions of hartford county, bel air, that's all moving pretty much from northwest to southeast towards the eastern shore. another batch to the northwest of the city around westminster and ham stead and up by pretty boy dam, that's moving off to the southeast. these showers are going to be moving into baltimore county. i think we have a chance in the baltimore region of getting some of this stuff here closer to our area very shortly, in the next hour or two. you could see some heavy downpours and maybe some lightening as well. haven't had any reports of any gusty winds. these are typical afternoon thunderstorms. tomorrow this front will kind of stall out. it looks like we will have a chance of more rain, maybe some drenching thunderstorms tomorrow. a lot cooler temperatures than we've seen. tim is in the out back with the latest temperatures and heat index. >> reporter: definitely it's been warm today. although the temperatures have dropped, the dew point has bee
trip. his heart broken parents will join us to open up about their son and ask questions about the tragedy today, wednesday, july 11th, twomp. tragedy today, wednesday, july 11th, twomp. 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on wednesday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> good morning, everyone. i'm savannah guthrie. we do have breaking news. that overnight train derailment and explosion in columbus. it happened to the southeast of the hawaii state university campus. >> it shook up a lot of people. witnesses say a huge fireball lit up the sky and a chemical smell filled the air. right now investigators aren't sure exactly what caused that crash. as we said, the area around the site has been evacuated as a precaution. we're going to have the latest on this story coming up just ahead. >>> also ahead this morning police released the frantic 911 call made after a florida teenager was attacked by an alligator. he
by airliners to use more fuel efficient aircraft. most companies have trouble with the next 20 weeks. not the next 20 years. these are long order businesses. you look at what it takes to build a jet. you see the big huge places where they're built, the biggest buildings in the world are where they put these things together and you see the fuselage and all these guys working and it is very cool. it takes a long time. they probably have a pretty good idea of what they're going to need. if you've driven any time recently with children, you'll see why the jet market is such a viable -- >> tell me why. >> you haven't? even if you go just to south carolina, it takes like 14 hours and you pass thousands of these big semis where every time you pass you're hoping something -- it just is a lot better. are we there yet? are we there yet? are we there yet? >> they don't make flying an easy process. >> the worst it can be is two hours. not 14 hours. >> right. >> it's just much safer and we're going to, as, no matter how much some people don't like globalization, you won't get rid of jet fuel and
from the depths of ocean. it is all "happening now." jenna: hi, everybody, we're glad your with us on a very busy news day. i'm jenna lee. we have brand new fox news polls on the election, on the economy and who voters would like to see on the republican ticket with governor mitt romney. jon: i'm jon scott. 110 days until americans head to the polls. what are we thinking about the state the race and issues affecting it right now? first when asked whether the obama administration has made the economy better or worse, 37% of respondents say the president's policies have made the economy better. that is a seven-point drop from march. meanwhile those who say the economy has gotten worse, jumping seven points over that same period to 49%. look at the head-to-head race. the president with a razor thin lead over governor romney. nearly unchanged from a year ago. that is not all these polls tell us. erin mcpike is national political reporter for "real clear politics" and joins us now. erin, see if you can explain that. you have more people saying the president and his policies have made th
. he's using the internet. >> very interesting, i was watching his kids' take on. this first, we'll start with our top story. the fbi and international authorities are working to find out how sewing needles wound up in four sandwiches on a delta airlines flight. the needles were found on four separate flights. all traveling from amsterdam to the united states. officials say one passenger was injured by a needle but declined medical treatment. federal agents have launched a criminal investigation now. cnn's sandra endo is live in washington with the very latest. this is just outrageous. what have authorities uncovered so far? >> a full blown investigation is under way. the fbi and local authorities in the netherlands are trying to figure out how the needles got into those turkey sandwiches in the first place. a spokesperson says the neelds were found in sandwiches on flights from amsterdam to minneapolis, seattle, and two flights to atlanta. two of the needles were found by passengers and one was discovered by an air marshall. when delta found out about the needles in the food, th
you for joining us this morning. >> okay. >> thank you. >>> for more on how law enforcement officials are responding in the wake of this shooting, we're joined by charles ramsey, thank you for joining us, commissioner, you had the first largest miss police department in country right now, what kind of measures did you put in place after this shooting? >> we have special attention being paid to movie theaters and other locations where large number of people gather. the issue for me, i can't put a cop in every movie theater, shopping mall or high school. we got to find a solution beyond that. >> have you seen any incidents at all? >> no, we haven't seen anything, fortunately we haven't. incidents like this, don't occur every day. what happens every day, there is gun violence on our streets every day. >> what do you think should be the beginning of coming up with a solution sf. >> what will change as far as any gun control legislation in wake of aurora, columbine, virginia tech, ft. hood, i mean, the list goes on and on. unfortunately, in my opinion, absolutely nothing, there will be a l
>> canadian natural recourse. >> tik. >> long viacom. >> that does it for us. don't forget to catch more fast at 5:00. "power" starts now. >> halftime is over. the second half of your trading day begins now. >> someone will love that call. welcome, everybody. it is the revenge of the shareholders. in ontario, executives at research in motion facing the fire today. a live report 30 seconds away. see this face? probably haven't seen him before. a lot of people think he is the man who could reinvigorate parts of the silicon valley. you will meet him today. >>> europe is a mess. what do they need? those countries can't seem to get on the same page. do they need a king? >> mandy drury, innominate you. >> i accept. i'll be king. hi, research in motion executives opening themselves up to the wrath of angry shareholders in waterloo, oregon. shares down 75% and their problems and what shareholders are saying. what is the main take away for us? >> the main take away, though the board was re-elected at rim, it was sort of done grudgingly. i'm taking look at numbers here. t torston hines, ceo,
girl nearly snatched by this stranger in broad daylight. how police are enlisting every one of us to eye department if i the predator. >>> made in america. the firestorm over those olympic uniforms, made in china. well, what about the clothes on your back? tonight, david muir with american workers who are already bringing jobs and that label right back home. >>> good evening. tonight, an astonishing strike at the heart of a dictatorship. it is like something out of an international thriller. a bomb, right in the command center of syria's president bashar assad. at least three of his key commanders have been killed, including his powerful brother-in-law. one rebel said, "this is the beginning of the end." so, what does this mean for the united states? and what about syria's dangerous ally, iran? abc's global affairs anchor christiane amanpour has the story tonight. >> reporter: fighting raged in the capital after an unp unprecedented strike at the heart of the once untouchable syrian regime. bashar assad must be wondering who he can trust after a bomb was detonated in once of its m
in sports from the u.s. anti-doping agency. they were all associated with lance armstrong's former u.s. postal service cycling team. the agency says they were trafficking in performance enhancing drugs during all or part of lance armstrong's seven tour de france victories. armstrong himself is not part of that. but he is fighting charges as well that he used banned drugs. he filed a lawsuit. it was dismissed. he went ahead and refiled that lawsuit in a flash, really. all within a matter of days. a lawsuit against the anti-doping agency to try to help keep their case from going forward. stay tuned to this space. it may be dismissed again. it may go forward. >> there's been anti-doping agency news almost every day. one might start to wonder whether they are on a performance enhancing drug. >> good point. listen, the controversy is raging. this guy has gone through hundreds of tests. he's cleared hundreds of tests. he wants people to know, this could also just be really bad press. >> yeah. he's refiled it. we'll follow it closely. >>> trucks aren't meant to fly. doesn't mean they can't. a
drivers license and fake u.s. passport at the time of the attack. jeffrey kofman has the latest. >> reporter: the suicide bomber targeted israeli tourists who come to bulgaria for holiday at a quiet black sea resort. just as they boarded the bus, the blast ripped true the vehicle. killing the driver, and five israelries. >> people are hurt, without legs, without heads. >> reporter: this youtube video shows the scene moments after the huge explosion. this security video shows the bomber in the airport just minutes before. he appears to be wearing a wig. he carried with him an american i.d. a michigan driver's license. but the city, baton rouge, as in louisiana. a cheap fake. no one claimed responsibility yet. but israel has no doubts. >> this is clearly a terrorist attack initiated by hezbollah, hamas, jihad or any other group. >> reporter: israel is convinced this is the work of iran. there have been repeated alerts and warnings in recent months about iranian-backed attacks on israelis. and today, israel is vying to avenge this attack. josh. >> jeffrey kofman, thank you. >>> now
. we begin with chief of interpretation at ft. mchenry in baltimore. he recently joined us to talk about the fort bombardment and the creation of the star spangled banner. this is about 30 minutes. you are looking at the arrival of tall ships at baltimore's fort mchenry. welcome to american history tv on cspan3 where we'll be live until 2:00 p.m. eastern today, taking your calls and talking with historians about this little-known war. we'll go live to ft. mchenry now, the home of the star spangled banner. we are joined by vince vaise. chief of interpretation at ft. mchenry thanks for joining us this morning. >> good morning. >> before we get into our conversation with you we want to invite our viewers by phone. it's easy to do that in the you're in the eastern or central time zone. that number is 202-737-0002. make sure you mute your television when you call in and we will get to your calls in a moment. when visitors come to mt. mchenry, what is the reason you tell them the war of 1812 is significant in american history? >> this is really the war that defined us as a people and rea
city use pills to treat hiv asthma and schizophrenia which wound up being resold to drug stores across the country. getting an up close and personal view with a great white shark. the man and three friends taking part in a speer fishing tournament. he spotted it 30 feet away. the 71-year-old stayed calm before booking it back to that boat. i should say so. >>> now stories you can bank on this morning. ben bernanke making a strong caution to members. lauren simonetti joins us now of course taxes are supposed to go up. senator chuck schumer put it directly back on the fed chairman saying mr. chairman get to work. hold on a second. isn't congress responsible here? >> inflation is in check. chairman said the u.s. economic recovery was being held back by anxiety over job market and fiscal policy. he provided very few clues over whether the central bank was giving a fresh round of stimulus. the dow gained 78 points up for only the third time this month and bernanke gets it again today first time in the house. >> a new stimulus would just be a drop in the bucket. stores can charge us when we
for us, this is where it is. >> so you still get that buzz, an audience this size. >> yes, this is the biggest show in london that i can recall. we have played some big shows, but i don't remember anything as grand as this. >> you have been on tour now for nearly two years and are you pleased it is coming to an end? >> yes. >> in a word. >> absolutely, yes. >> it has been a long one. and it has been a great project. we had a new album out a year and a half ago, and it is now not such a new album, but it is a lot of mileage left in the songs, but it is something that you get to the point where you know it is time to get a rest and recharge the batteries and get new ideas to come out with a new album. >> all right. all new stuff you are talking out, but we will hear some of the old greats tonight, aren't we? >> of course. i mean, we know that our audience, and those songs. my wife came to see madonna and she was horrified and i'm not dissing madonna, because she is a huge fan, but she did not play a couple of the really big songs and we like to please the audience. >> and we
with mccartney, don't bug me. words to live by on the riduculist. that does it for us. "early start"begins now. >>> danger at 30,000 feet. the fbi wants to know who put needles on the food on four different delta flights. >>> and who will it be and when? anticipation mounts as mitt romney mulls over his choice for vice president. >>> saved from a terrifying plunge. take a look at this. >> oh, my goodness. >> a bus driver breaks a young girl's fall -- here it cops -- from a third story window. amazing. >> wait until you see the video of this as it's unfolding. it's really incredible. >> he says he's not a hero. good morning and welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> how do you define hero then? >> that guy right there. >> thanks for joining us. it is 5:00 a.m. here in the east. so let's get started. the midnight deadline for jeremy lin, will the nba sensation decide to stay in new york? we'll talk to "sports illustrated's" maggie gray about that. >>> also we'll have depack chopra here about exploring your relationship with the universe. he's using the internet. >> very interes
of us benefit from this. thanks for watching. i'm al sharpton. "hardball" starts right now. >>> how tragedy unites. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start with the aftershock. after midnight tonight, we get through a week of this attack inside our country that killed 12 and wounded dozens more. so what's it done to us? what has this event stirred in this country? made us different from the people who watch this program, say, just a week ago. i want to know. i want to hear again the many separate human actions that night that tell us what kind of a country we are and where we are headed. i want to hear not just about the villain and the victims, but also the heroes. the impulsive good guys that night. the ones who showed what hemingway described as courage, grace under fire, and under pressure. i want to know how aurora is going to affect this country. us. today brought the announce many that denver, colorado, just miles from the tragedy will host the first presidential debate this autumn. this all but guarantees that the two president
. join us for hot dogs and garlic fries. all that and more on "cbs this fries. all that and more on "cbs this morning saturday," july 7, 2012. captioning funded by cbs >>> it is a core scorcher of a saturday we join us. >> it's supposed to hit 100 here in. >> you think about new york, chicago, all across the country. we begin with that heat wave. it will not quit. excessive heat warnings are going to remain in place today for much of the country and in some places high humidity will even make it feel hotter. it certainly does here in new york. over a dozen people have died and the nation's power grid is also being pushed to the limit. we head outside to lonnie quinn for the latest. he's braving it for us. it is going to get hot, very hot here. it's going to get hot where you live as well. this heat is something else. day after sweltering day from the gateway arch in st. louis to chicago's lakefront to times square in new york city, the triple digit temperatures just will not quit. 238 cities to be exact have set all-time highs in the last 30 days. according to weather historian chris bur
on gary mcgrey dihas answered for us. >> yeah, that is the big question shawn whether these thunderstorms will start to pop up around here or not. right over to sentinel radar going around and around. we mentioned we had some to the north and some to the south, largest cluster down to the south of us, now there has actually been active warnings south and southwest of charlottesville, as you can see, all of this is moving down to the south and southeast, dropping a lot of heavy rain there. not all is severe, someover it is. -- some of it is. farther down towards lynchburg you see a farther cluster north of us, popping up into central sections of pennsylvania and new york, that has been the strongest of the thunderstorms this evening and tonight and that will continue to be the case, we do have at least a slight risk here in the metropolitan dc area, that we may get some severe thunderstorms popping up. let me tell you what happened today we've had more clouds, even though it is very unstable out there, the clouds have limited the sunshine and that is kind of what was going to trigger some
particular projects to give us insight on? >> one was a basic infrastructure thing that was a big deal. san francisco circle. not a lot of people realize that more cars travel through one of those intersections than any other in san francisco. we had to shut that down and completely rebuild the intersection for the muni winds utilities, and overheads. we pulled it off. we got through it. now we have pedestrians walking through safely. we have the trains going through. it is cleaner, faster, safer. vehicles can get through there. it is a small thing, but quality of life when you do not have to deal with a bus stuck in the intersection -- that was a big deal. i am proud of the way the mta got through the major project without causing major problems. >we have lots of park improvements happening that will definitely benefit our youth. playgrounds the within the last few years have been renovated. for the entire community, a suspected is the young people that benefit best. >> talk about the merchant district and some of the things that will be important for the development of local businesses in
of us saw some thunderstorms go through. some of those were severe but most in the pennsylvania area. tomorrow, though, i think we'll see more scattered showers and thunderstorms. got a cold front coming through coming from the north dipping south to us that could trigger some severe weather. we are under a risk for some strong thunderstorms tomorrow and severe. main thrust being damaging winds and hail with a slight risk for the entire d.c. metro area. overnight, fairly quiet but still warm. partly cloudy and muggy. only a slight chance for a shower or thunderstorm. lows will be 75 to 80 degrees. winds will be light. we'll talk more about the storms for tomorrow and the timing of it a little bit later. back to you, matt. >> anny, we will see you in a bit. right now there are still customers in the area without power, though not all the existing outages are related to last week's storm. pepco is reporting 100 customers in the dark. bge has 200 customers out in montgomery and prince george's counties and dominion power has 525 customers without power in northern virginia. you would th
that on a daily basis. look. we are a great country. we have a sense of community. we used to care for each other and take care of each other and politics never got in the way. if someone lost their job, we all pitched in and took care of them until they got back on their feet. i think we've lost a little of that in the country. and when we band together in tragedies like this, it shows us what america could be. what we have to do is to do something to limit the possibility that something like this happens again. we can never eliminate the possibility but gosh, in the name of those victims, we ought to do something. >> i'm impressed when people turn on the tv and identify with something that happened 3,000 miles away. and they would not have identify with these people except their largely fellow americans. there is something american of ours that goes beyond politics and the sympathy, the real, i've been listening to another networks all week and it is something. >> it is something everybody can relate to. we all go to the movies. might daughter went to "dark night rises" the night before. i had
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later in the woods. police used lopez's cell phone records to track him to a where he was arrested.the case is set for trial this fall. this fire that burned nearly fifty acres of land on kent island last month. month.the fire on june 24th forced the forced the evacuation of 20 homes. investigatoos say the fire may have started at a marijuana farm.the state department of natural resources forest service says a queen anne's county drug task force has now taken over the investigation. we are seeing the aftermath this morning following strong storms that moved through the area last night. night.in one case... a firefighter was fell through a floor after lightning sparked a fire at this home in annapolis.the firefighter fell inside this home on coventry place near coachway road... while trying to put it out. &pwe're told the firefighter is now okay. lightning is also to blame for a house fire on clifton avenuu in arnold.it started just after 5:30 last night.after the strike... smoke was billowing from the roof by the timm firefighters arrived.no one was hurt. the bay bridge is back ope
, today being the 8th. still life goes on and on and on, particularly for the many among us who are now staying active well into their 90s and even beyond. scientists investigating the secrets of longevity are making some intriguing discoveries. as barry pederson will report in our sunday morning cover story. >> reporter: what if you could add a decade to your life just by changing your diet and making new friends? that's the buzz in longevity circles thanks to research. how close? >> i see in terms of the choices we make, we can do this today. >> reporter: answers to an age-old question coming up this sunday morning. >> osgood: coming home is a story from our mark strassman about one woman's determination and compassion. >> yeah, i mean, when you get 19 acres of land, you can build your dream completely without compromising any part of it. >> reporter: she has always had an american dream. not just for herself but for hundreds of kids who came to the united states as war refugees. >> i think a lot of people take being an american for granted. all of us came to this country for a better
.o.p. is making him a proxy to attack president obama in an election year. the u.s. military grounding all c-130 planes fighting wildfires after one crashed in south dakota killing one crew member. all seven of the planes will now be inspected. some could be back in the sky within the next couple of days. this is the second crash of a plane fighting wildfires this year. a lockheed martin tanker crashed in utah last month leaving both crew members on board dead. mitt romney is vowing to "do the exact opposite" of president obama when it comes to israel. he announced he will visit israel later this month and meet with the prime minister benjamin netanyahu. romney has visited israel three times before. president obama has not been there since his 2008 campaign. a sore spot among some israeli forces. a shocking scene caught on camera in north carolina. a woman riding on a ferry in the palmilco sound catching this amazing lightning strike on her cell phone. she was recording the choppy waves when it all happened. those are the headlines. >> we're excited. governor christie will be here in an hour. la
. investigators are telling us that they have found no explosives on board a delta airplane a plane that returned to kennedy airport in new york because there was a security scare. it was delta flight 126 and it turned around about an hour into its flight. it was on its way to spain. obviously it didn't get there. passengers instead taken off, evacuated from that plane and the nypd bomb squad got on board instead and brought with them bomb sniffing dogs. authorities say the plane was turned around after a passenger on board was in the bathroom and found some drinking strauss that apparently had wires, wires stuffed inside them. >>> lawmakers are fuming that team usa will be decked out in uniforms that are red white and blue but made in china. senator gillibrand and israel sent a letter to the chairman of the u.s. olympic committee that they source uniforms only from the united states in the future. senator harry reid suggested a less diplomatic approach. >> i'm so upset that i think the olympic committee should be ashamed of themselves. i think they should be embarrassed. i think they should take
happened. here is an e-mail we got from elizabeth's mother. she wrote into us and said many good things have come from the interview. one thing being my daughter's bullies who posted their practical joke of her on facebook saw cnn and called her to apologize. she happy. thank you for watching and my good friend, don lemon, back here next weekend. >>> kidnapped, the attempt to recovery two americans kidnapped in egypt. >>> and gone without a trace, two girls last seen riding their bikes near a lake. >>> tires punctures after someone threw tacks on the road. >>> good morning and welcome to "early saturdtart." >> you know, you come back from vacation, you have a new anchor. >> thanks for joining us, everyone. i'm zoraida sambo will i n. up first, authorities in egypt trying to negotiate the release of two kidnapped victims. one of the victims is diabetic. and his family is not here he has his medication with him. mohammed sami joins us on the phone in sinai, egypt, right now. where do the negotiations stand right now with the kidnapper? >> they are trying to negotiate with the hosta
of the committee, we went out for two pitchers of beer and the came back and said the us a tax bill with 25% tell. he said you have to give it a mortgage interest deduction. i said what about 26%? >> you could make the ban just to homeowners much more aggressive. what we did was to convert the home mortgage deduction to a tax credit that are lower rate. exchanging the tax code, yesterday and today. current and former lawmakers at the bipartisan policy center on the battles won and lost. find it on line at the c-span video library. >> now, discussion on professional journalism and the impact social media on news reporting. stanford university hosted the discussion with social media editors and journalists in silicon valley, including the creator of mobile news, the executive editor of yahoo! news, and a special media strategist for national public radio. this is 90 minutes. >> welcome to the symposium. i am the director of the journalism fellowship at stanford. i will be the moderator for today's symposium, how social media is revolutionizing the news. the lecture series is sponsored by the depart
at noon and sunday at 5 eastern on the c-span2 adnd 3. >> bill gates says the u.s. higher education system has always been a strength for our nation and urged people to make it better for future generations. he was the keynote speaker and an event to mark the upcoming 150th anniversary of the law establishing funding for public colleges and universities through federal land grants. this is 50 minutes. >> we immediately agreed on a first choice, bill gates. someone who would not only help us recognize and celebrate the last 150 years, but challenge us and work with us in the decades ahead. together with his wife, they co- chair the bill and melinda gates educational foundation. it works to expand opportunities for people around the globe. there foundation is the leader in efforts to improve global health, alleviate poverty, and expand opportunities for women. and with particular significance today, increased access to and success in education. their efforts which span the globe are truly exciting. the work of the gates foundation is built on a simple premise, that all lives medical value. t
find us online. send us a tweet. join the conversation on facebook by looking for c-span. or e-mail us. the new study is by the consumer federation of america. and the certified financial planner board. here's a story from "usa today covering it. that according to this new survey at. only 31% of americans have put together a financial plan, the .tory goes on to seay that was the same percentage in 1997. what do you think about your financial planning? are you ready for the future? do you have a plan that you have put together on your own or with professional? are you concerned about what awaits you in the future? here's a piece by nbc news. that's from this week. here's some information about saving for retirement by age, how it breaks down demographically. this story in the "usa today" says although attitudes have changed and concerns of prison, there is one constant, people who have a financial plan feel more confident about their financial future and report more success managing money. that is according to the ceo of the certified financial planner board. here are more statistics ab
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>> you're going to need a bigger boat >> he good to have you with us tonight. thanks for watching. president obama has put the issue of tax fairness front and center in this election. speaking in the east room of the white house, the president asked congress to immediately extend the bush tax cuts for those making less than $250,000 a year. >> the republicans say they don't want to raise taxes on the middle class, i don't want to to raise taxes on the middle class. so we should all agree to extend the tax cuts for the middle class. let's agree to do what we agree on. right? >> now, i'm going to show you some numbers in a few moments. you can be the judge. this really puts the republicans on the spot. they have to take a position on supporting middle class tax cuts without an equal tax cuts for the wealthiest of americans. now the romney campaign believes the best way to deal with the announcement is to say the president is raising taxes. president obama's response to even more bad economic news is a massive tax increase. here's the problem with the romney camp's statement. it is b
. >> thought we were going to die. >> and a u.s. airways flight forced to land suddenly in philadelphia, as a mysterious smell made the crew sick and grounded the plane. >>> narrow escape. this teenager dodging the jaws of death, after coming face-to-face with a ten-foot alligator. the beast dragging him underwater devitwice. how he broke free. he lost his arm but not his fighting spirit. >>> and back to work. tom cruise embraced by cast and crew, as katie holmes begins her new life with suri in new york. is katie taking cues from nicole kidman, as she says good-bye to tom? >>> and the whole gang here this morning. we have breaking news. let's go to columbus, ohio. that train derailment. firefighters and hazardous materials crews. two people are injured on the ground. they're going to be okay. the big concern, tryin to figure out if the chemicals burning in those cars are dangerous. >> 11 cars were derailed. not far from the university of ohio campus. jim avila is tracking the latest. let's turn to him right now. jim? >> reporter: good morning, robin. it started as a bright flash in the
of the little never war of 1812. we begin with vincent vaise. he recently joined us to talk about "the star spangled banner." this is about 30 minutes. you are looking at the arrival of tall ships at baltimore's fort mchenry. welcome to american history tv on cspan3 where we'll be live today. we are joined by vince vaise. before we get into our conversation with you we want to invite our viewers by phone. the number -- make sure you mute your calls when you call in. >> this made the flag the symbol of the american people that it is today. yes, the american flag had already been invented, but it was really during the war of 1812 in which the american flag won international respect through the words of francis scott key and the successful defense of this fort during the war of 1812 from the british and also some of the great naval battles of the war of 1812, like the american ships, like "old ironsides," the "constitution." >> you are dressed in full battle or full formal regalia at ft. mchenry. why don't you tell us a bit about the uniform you're wearing and where exactly in the fort you're
in silence. monty francis joins us from city hall with the details. >> reporter: good evening. she spent about three and a half hours testifying tonight and there was a lot of emotion from her. but also for the first time, we heard a detailed account of what she claims led to a fight that left her with a bruise on her arm. >> he grabbed my arm and i said stop. it was one second. >> eliana lopez claims the one and only time her husband was violent with her was inside their mini van on december 31st when they argued and the now suspended sheriff grabbed her arm. >> actually, the bruise, i helped make the bruise because i pulled my arm away. because for me, that he touched me is not acceptable. >> reporter: lopez denies accounts of a neighbor, ivory madison, that once inside the house, he was violent a second time. she claims that's what lopez told her when they made a video together in which a tearful lopez shows her bruise to the camera. she said she doesn't consider what happened domestic violence. >> my arm is not domestic violence. domestic violence implies abuse, verbally abuse, impli
, you know? then who are the rest of us to judge it? >> he said, getting to the core of it, this is what he can do to honor god, and he wanted children, and he felt like that was the path for him. so it's the ultimate self-sacrifice, and that's what she said about what he gave up for her. >> fascinating story there. also fascinating, we do have guests in the house. you may have noticed things differently a few minutes ago. you weren't hallucinating, jeremy and vinita at the desk, next. next. ♪ welcome back your dreams were your ticket out ♪ >>> welcome back, everybody. no, a few minutes ago you were not imagining things. no, you're not drunk. actually, you did not imagine things -- >> they might be. >> you might be, might make the show a lot better. we have a huge reunion tonight. you're going to definitely recognize these two familiar faces. guess who's back, vinita nair and jeremy hubbard. feel like a bad dream? >> a nightmare in many ways. i thought that people would not figure it out. because they're in a stupor in the middle of the night and they'd figure, it's 2008 all over aga
to such a sensitive part of the world, is that your comments are very closely scrutinized. >> reporter: here in the u.s., president obama spent the evening in new york raising money. he told 60 high-dollar donors that as the summer ends, he'll begin to lay out his plans for a second term in the white house. at the nomad hotel in manhattan, the president said he would use the last 99 days until election day to let voters know not just what they're voting against, but also what they're voting for. >> it's a scary time to be a woman. >> reporter: the president also defended the use of negative ads, saying presidential elections are historically messy. now, in poland, the leadership of solidarity has distanced itself from romney's visit and came out with a statement critical of him, calling him antiunion. terrell? >> susan mcginnis in washington starting us off this morning. susan, thank you so much. >>> on capitol hill, house and senate negotiators have reached a deal on new economic sanctions against iran. they're aimed at iran's energy and shipping business, particularly involving oil sales. the u.s. ho
for sharing part of your day with us. how does america feel about the supreme court's health care ruling? we're still talking about it. an overwhelming number of voters don't know about it. their hands are in the sand. >> and he was ready for a fight over a controversial mosque in tennessee but when he found out about radical islam changed his mind completely. the filmmaker back here with his stunning information. brian? >> all right, look, honey, what have you? yep, the lightning explosion on the sea. and our cameras were there. and you're here because "fox & friends" starts right about now. >> good morning, everyone. hope you're going to have a great day before the holiday tomorrow. eric bolling is in again filling in for steve. >> great to be here. >> the fourth of july right on the cusp where america takes time out to explode things and salute this great nation and hopefully we don't lose any fingers or anything. >> you know what else, too? maybe they should take a year off with all the wildfires going on in colorado and it's pretty tindery there, maybe just this year, maybe don't do
-up. could more criminal charges follow. outrage over u.s. olympic uniforms made in china. one lawmaker says we should burn them all. and two wheels full throttle the motorcycle rider who made this video this morning is a wanted man. and you are going to see it. get your air sickness bag because man i'm telling you you can't look at that screen too long. welcome everybody. welcome to early start. i'm ashleigh banfield. >> good morning. i'm alina cho bringing the news from a to c. >> so weird. we have the alphabet all mixed up. >> anger, sadness and overwhelming shame at penn state. a scathing report conducted by a former director of the fbi, leaving the school and its legendary coaches shattered. saying joe paterno and top university officials not only hid but empowered a child predator in jerry sandusky. the outrage is spreading so quickly there are calls to tear down a statue of paterno that stands youds of beaver stadium. will more criminal charges be coming? susan candiotti is live in philadelphia this morning. susan, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. yes, you're right. for
-- >> i think 300,000. >> in the u.s.? >> world wide. >> about 70,000 across the u.s. who have no idea that they have been, for lack of a better description, riding on the coat tails of the protection of the fbi and the fbi has said we've tried to find you. we've tried to let you know. we've tried to send you messages. if you don't help yourself, i'm not going to be there after monday. is that how this worked? >> yeah. typically the average user doesn't know about the settings. they are pretty much given to you by your internet service provider. people don't look there so they don't know what's happening. when they go the www.bankofamerica.com, if they have this malware, it could redirect them somewhere else. the criminals could capture it. that's how it worked before until the fbi took down this group and set up the server that allows, if people are inif he canned with this malware, it will temporarily work. they didn't want to take the servers down because it could interrupt people's internet experience. >> just quickly. we have the president who is at a live event and we've been los
officials say he took powerful narcotics meant for patients and used them on himself and gave thoseinfected. authorities believe he infected 30 people in new hampshire in 2012. now we've learned that in 2010, he surrendered his license a as a radiologic tech. that's when the licensing board started investigating him will after an incident in a hospital in arizona. they are speak viewed interviewe and he told the licensing board i looked in and found dave lying on his back in the bathroom stall. i looked in the toilet and spotted a 5 cc syringe and needle floating in the water. the label was blue and he said i'm going to jail. while this arizona board was investigating him, he voluntarily surrendered his license and he wrote a letter to the board saying, i'm surrend surrendering my arizona license at will beuse i don't have the resources nor money to fight the accusations. and willing to wait to be eligible for reinstated in through three years. later that very same month, he went on to work in hospitals in philadelphia, kansas, georgia, and then new hampshire. an expert? so-called drug dive
use. the secret service is now investigating. >>> today president obama campaigns in virginia. on thursday he told cbs news that a mistake of his first term was in not telling a story to the american people that gives a sense of unity, purpose and optimism. republican mitt romney responded saying being president is not about telling stories, it's about leading. meantime there's a report that former secretary of state condoleezza rice could be near the top of romney's list for a running mate. >>> officials at penn state university are calling the report on the child sex abuse scandal sad and sobering. the blistering report found that football coach joe paterno and others concealed what they knew about jerry sandusky's sexual abuse of children. former fbi director louis freeh who led the investigation said university officials disregard for the victims was callous and shocking. paterno's family calls the report impossible to accept. sandusky is awaiting sentencing after he was convicted of sexually abusing 10 boys over 15 years. >>> a massive flair erupted from the sun thursday
on in baltimore county. megan pringle a live report coming up also this morning, if you use york road there could be some delays out there. after a water main break. finally fixed. those stories and much more coming up on this thursday, yum 5th. "good morning maryland," i'm charlie crowson. alongside mike masco. megan is on assignment and a pretty good chance the producer may separate you and me before the day is over. >> we are in so much trouble. >> separate corners sir. >> you won't have to deal with me anymore on monday. lauren cook is down in ocean city. >> where is she? show me. where is she? >> next to the garbage can waving, no, she's -- i'm hoping sleeping as she's enjoying a much deserved vacation. look at this shot. it is beautiful looking towards ocean city. now the sunshine is going to go to work today but the problem is that sunshine works against us with 83 right now. we're going to tack on several degrees and we're going to see a daytime high well into the upper 90s and perhaps maybe even touching upon 100 degrees. the excessive heat advisory in effect and a warning as you head to
enforcement officials are keeping in mind. the olympics are seen as a huge target. and u.s. officials have been working closely with their european counterparts on a massive security plan. part of the plan is focusing on anyone who appears to have radical associations. the intelligence-gathering has been extraordinary but will only get more intense as we approach the games. >> we're only a few weeks out now, pierre. what can authorities do to ensure safety during the games? >> reporter: believe me, robin, everything that can be done is being done. they're sparing no efforts. they're seen as a clear and present danger. >> thank you for your reporting. pierre thomas, in washington. josh? >> okay, robin. >>> now, to the breaking story overnight, a private boat capsizing just off the coast of long island last night, triggering a huge search and recovery effort. john schriffen has more from oyster boy, new york. good morning, john. >> reporter: good morning. this is certainly a tragedy. we just learned that the three confirmed dead are all children. they were onboard that private boat that caps
. that line way up there, above all others, that line shows deaths from assault in the u.s. we're an extremely violent country, it's true, but look at this. we're not nearly so violent as we used to be. our assault rate peaked in the late 1970s, and awful events like aurora notwithstanding have been falling continuously ever since. within america, the south is by far the most violent region. it has the most deaths from assault. then comes the wests where the shootings happens followed by the midwest and northeast. thanks again to karen for this chart. also, gun ownership is on the decline. the percentage of american households that say they own a pistol or a shotgun is about half what it was 40 years ago, according to the general social survey. and the most recent numbers from gallup which aren't on the graph have show an uptick in gun ownership. although we don't yet know if that is a statistical blip or the beginning of a reversal in the trip. this map, which we made with data from the new england journal of medicine, compares a number of suicides by gun ownership rates. it's four times as h
has a great crowd. they come in and give us a great business. hopefully they skill come in and have the school spirit. >> reporter: some people who didn't go to penn state feel today's sanctions are justified. others say it punishes current stew departments and athletes there. >> the school is being punished and you're part of that punishment and you had no control over it. >> reporter: what is your reaction to the sanctions against penn state university. >> i think they were justified mainly because of the extreme money thrown around in college sports which is a corrupting influence. >> now, just before the start of the new football season, penn state players will each have to decide whether to stay and play for the it inially any lions or transfer to another school and play for another team. brack to you. >>> virginia is asking for federal disaster assistance after the powerful storm that killed 15 people and left more than a million others without power. state and local governments spent $27.5 million recovering from the storm at the end of june. that doesn't include the price of
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be their biggest yes. this family is from the philippines, they planned their first trip to the u.s. around the holiday. >> really exciting. i don't know what to expect. >> reporter: they'll be back at the mall after a day of sight-seeing. >> i would like to see this event. i know it's spectacular. very exciting. >> reporter: tuesday night's rehearsal was cut short because of bad weather moving through. as in years past, the concert will be on the west lawn of the capitol. then the fireworks. >> my father-in-law was in the navy, he passed away. i'm trying to honor him. >> reporter: a slew of stars will take the concert stage from megan hilde of "smash" to "american idol" winner phillip phillips and math through broderick. this family will be spending their evening somewhere on the mall. >> not sure, depends on how crowded it is. >> reporter: getting around downtown tonight could be tough. between a lack of parking and multiple street closures, public transportation may be the way to go. something else to try? a new communication system put out by u.s. park police, it can send weather adviso
for that tragedy. >>> this morning more than 60% of the u.s. are dealing with extreme drought conditions. nearly 1,300 counties in the united states have been labeled disaster areas. the obama administration is asking congress for drought relief help and to help pass a 5 500 billion dollar farm bill. right now crops are withering away under the heat, threatening to drive up prices on food and fuel in the nation. corn prices are coming next. tom vilsack says increased consumer costs could come later this year and next year. he said, by the way, he's getting on his knees every day saying an extra prayer. rob marciano is live in indianapolis at the heart of the drought right now standing, i believe, with some cattle. this isn't just about crops, is it? >> no, it's not. this is a ripple effect that in all the factors that you spoke of, it goes well beyond, you know, the corn belt and farmers that may just be having a bad year. it goes down the line in a big trickle effect. one of them is livestock and the food that we eat. the milk we drink. because these animals need that grain, need that corn to sur
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